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ORGANICA is the personal blog of an Egyptian-American Muslim sister who calls herself, “A crazy Egyptian Muslim American girl with too many labels to count” The post below is one of her most popular and most commented-on. When parents eventually learn about their child’s alternate reality their reaction is of one of two: 1) Overreact the situation, curse and damn child to hell, take away worldly possessions such as a phone while spitting out every Quranic verse to guilt the child to stop; 2) Deny the situation entirely and never address it.

As Muslims though we believe that God has sent us guidance that would solve all our worldly problems and yet we aren’t even close to solving the Muslim youth crises. Our youth complain that religious folk don’t get them.

They are there to throw rules and judge them at every given moment. When my non-Muslim friends ask me this question, I am often stumped.

Now, I’m sure the husbands who read this are probably like “Oh yea she’s right on!!! As husbands, you have to remember that marriage isn’t just being the maintainer and provider of the the woman and the family. Women are complex creatures just like men are and we also need attention, affection, and this doesn’t just mean what happens inside the bed sheets.

Finally: honesty, respect and Godliness are integral parts of the value system of a healthy Muslim child.

They believe if they allow their six-year old daughter to play with a little boy now, ten years later she will still want to play, but maybe more of a mature type play?

The mistake occurs the first time parents restrict interaction.

Or the husband saying, “Sweetheart buy whatever you like in the store price isn’t an object” or him bringing flowers everytime he comes home. The kids come, the bills pile up, everyone is tired, and soon enough you realize that the couple that showed so much attention and considertation to one another in the beginning now don’t even face each other while they sleep. She gave him reassurance when he most needed it, showed him compassion, shared her opinions, and supported him.